I see this on an article. "Please address the moderator set alert below before submitting this article for publication." Where is it? I scrolled down the page but don't see it anywhere.
I'll see if I can do that. No matter what I do to fix an article, especially reviews of products I have bought, they pull it. Five years of frustration! So pleased you don't have these issues. Writing platforms are all so different, it's hard to please sometimes.
Never hear of that too. Maybe you can take a screenshot and send it to team HP?
Hi Titia, was thinking about you today. Anyway, I've sent so many messages and they get rejected or bounced back. That's why I tried here. Thanks for responding. I'll try to get the screenshot.
I checked this link for answers from 6 years ago and that person didn't receive an answer either. BTW, all issues were fixed even with new photos.
I gathered that Matt, but there are no violations. All broken links, small images, etc. had been fixed. Now I can't see it, but the article(s) remain unpublished. Don't see an author center either. Sorry.
Thanks for answering. I'll keep at it. Appreciate your time.
That's weird. I have never heard of it. I'd love to see it, too. Can you paste it in the forum?
Tried and a no go. Don't know what's happening so I'll have to try later. Another thing happened is that they say they "snipped" one article but gave me the link to my Christmas Pine Cone article which is totally DIY. Also showing photos that I don't have on an article. Weird? You said it.
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